Fingerprint technology saving Police time and money
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Met Police's mobile fingerprinting saves time and money

Mobile fingerprint technology, pioneered by the Met Police, is allowing officers to check people's identity out on the beat - saving time and reducing costs.

At the moment when an individual is arrested they have to be taken to a police station with a custody suite to process finger and palm prints and take photographs.

With the number of custody suites being cut the process can take several hours.

  • 07 Oct 2019
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